Midsummer Park Children's Centre
Midsummer Park Children’s Centre provides a warm and friendly welcome and have been doing since first opening in November 2011. You can have fun and take part in the activities with your children but we can also offer you support and advice or information on a range of issues.
If you do have any questions or concerns regarding your children, you can speak to the Children’s Centre Practitioner at any of the sessions or if you need more time or wish to speak in confidence you can arrange a 1-1 appointment. We will help if we can or guide or refer you to the appropriate agency.
We also have a Pre-school Playgroup onsite that offers morning and afternoon sessions. For more details on this please click on the link here.
The current activity timetable should be available under downloads. If this is not present, please contact us on the number below to have one sent out to you or discuss what services are available.
The entrance to our Children’s Centre is reached by walking through the gate (next to the bus stop) into Midsummer Park and following the path to the back of the park. Please do not try to come in through Wellington Day Centre’s car park and please note that unfortunately we do not have any parking for parents/carers.
Please click on the images at the side and bottom to enlarge and familiarise yourself with our centre.
We are still currently awaiting our first graded Ofsted inspection. Please note Midsummer Park Children's Centre was formerly known as Hounslow Central Children's Centre.
- Access route
- Access directly - No referral is necessary
- Parental supervision
- Supervision required
- Local Offer Details
- Pathways of Need
- Universal – Pathway 1
- LO Accessibility
- Fully – Accessible
- Quality assured by
- Ofsted regulated, staff CRB/DBS checked.
Where to go
- Name of venue
- Midsummer Park Childrens Centre
- Venue address
292 Staines Road (behind Wellington Day Centre)
- TW4 5BA
Who to contact
- Viv Chambers
- 020 8583 5805
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